The completion of the new 162,000- square foot School of Medicine Education Building across the street from the Center for Rehabilitation Medicine has added state-of-the-art classrooms with wireless internet access and multimedia features and a new human anatomy and neuroanatomy dissection facility to our classroom space in Center for Rehabilitation Medicine. In the anatomy lab, twenty-six dissection tables each are equipped with computers with access to the Internet, MRI and other images, study guides, and lecture notes. In addition, students have areas for studying or small group meetings with a coffee lounge providing an additional gathering and study space. Our students join with students from other programs such as medicine, physician assistant and nursing students for an integrated learning experience. By enabling students across these disciplines to learn and train together, an opportunity is created to work within an environment that models what we hope the future of healthcare will be.